From the outside, this car looks close enough to the old Viper that only a true fan would probably be able to tell at a glance it was all new. The changes are notable, though.
It's kind of like the old Viper took off its frumpy discount suit and put on a new European cut design. Everything fits together nicely. The creases flow into a neat, cohesive design. It's not that the car is understated -- it's certainly not that -- but you can find understated parts if you look. The overall visual impact remains of almost pure masculine aggression. But nice looking pure masculine aggression.
The 575-hp Shelby Raptor has monster performance and rugged off-road capability, making it a pick-up truck for the not-so-faint-of-heart.
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